SAN DIEGO REPERTORY THEATRE 2019-20 SEASON - San Diego Repertory Theatre Auditions

Posted: January 10, 2019

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San Diego Repertory Theatre 2019-2020 Season - San Diego EPA/ECC Singers
San Diego Repertory Theatre

AUDITION DATE
Tue, Jan 22, 2019
10:00 am - 6:00 pm (PST)
Lunch: 1:00PM - 2:00PM

APPOINTMENTS
casting@sdrep.org Actors unable to attend this call may submit to: San Diego Repertory Theatre, ATTN: Kim Heil 79 Horton Plaza San Diego, CA 92101

CONTRACT
LORT Non-Rep Minimum - $696/wk

SEEKING
San Diego REP is currently seeking actors and singer/dancers for their upcoming 44th Season. San Diego REP is extremely committed to diverse casting and strongly encourage actors of all ethnicities to audition.

PREPARATION
For dramatic auditions, prep two (2) one-min contrasting contemporary monologues. For musical auditions, prepare one (1) one-min monologue and 16-32 bars of a musical theatre or 60s rock song. An accompanist will be provided. Please bring sheet music organized, and your headshot stapled together.

LOCATION
San Diego REP Creative Studio
1616 Industrial Blvd
Ste. 108
Chula Vista, CA 91911

PERSONNEL
Present at the SD Open Call will be Associate Producer & Casting Director Kim Heil.

OTHER DATES
See breakdown.

OTHER
No stage management positions available.
All roles will have understudies. Local hires preferred for understudy roles. Non-Equity will be seen as time permits.
An Equity Monitor will not be provided. The producer will run all aspects of audition.
Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to attend every audition.
Always bring your Equity Membership card to auditions.

BREAKDOWN
TBA productions will be announced and auditioned at a later date.

33 1/3: HOUSE OF DREAMS
Written by Jonathan Rosenberg & Brad Ross
With additional contributions by Steve Gunderson & Javier Velasco
Directed by Javier Velasco
Rehearsal: 7/3/19
Preview: 8/1/19
Open: 8/7/19
Close: 8/25/19

STAN ROSS: Jewish male (18-51). Charismatic. A natural leader and facilitator. Should have a good singing voice. Vocal range not important.
DAVE GOLD: Jewish male, (18-51). Nerdy. Hardworking. Very Smart. Poor social skills. Should be good with physical comedy.
VERA: Jewish female (18-51). Sings alto. Stan’s wife. Smart. Witty. Must move well.
MITZI: Jewish female (18-51). Dave’s wife. Tart. Speaks her mind. Should be good with physical comedy. Must move well.
LARRY: Jewish male (18-51). Strong pop tenor. Easy going. Goofy but not dumb. Ideally can whistle a song… well. Also appears as a Television technician.
PRODUCER: Female (20-30). Business like television producer with a sense of humor. Voices Mrs. Moskowitz as well.
TINA: Female (20-30) Smart. Obviously attractive. Efficient. Office Manager. Also portrays TV Technician - Lola - Shindig. Must have stylish jazz vocals and move well.
SONNY: Portrays a 25-ish year old Sonny Bono. Also portrays TV Technician - Sock Hop Dancer - TV Jingle Singer.
CHARACTER MAN 1: Erratic intense young man with lots of passion and energy. Plays two parts: Mickey, a music critic and Phil Spector from the age of 18 to 35.
CHARACTER MAN 2 (30s-50s): Should have a good William Shatner (Star Trek) impression; also plays Kim - Worker - Johnny A - Wayne - Roselli – Carmine
CHARACTER MAN 3: African-American (30s - 50s). Must have a good singing voice (Range negotiable). Plays Bobby Day - Bert - Brother Julius
MALE 1: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22), plays Ritchie Valens, Hispanic guitar player who sings and plays “La Bamba”; also Cascade - Sock Hop - Police - Lancer - Rebel Dancer - Shindig - Beach Boy - Iron Butterfly - Jonny Ramone
MALE 2: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22), plays Eddie Cochrane, guitar player who sings and plays rockabilly songs “20 Flight Rock” and “Summertime Blues”; also plays Cascade - Sock Hop - Police - Rebel Dancer- Shindig - Beach Boy - Iron Butterfly - Ramone
MALE 3: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22), plays Bobby Hatfield of the Righteous Brothers who sings iconic ballad “Unchained Melody” (falsetto to high E); also plays Art Garfunkel (“All I Know”); also plays Cascade - Ghost Rider - Moving Guy - Lancer - Rebel Dancer- Shindig - Beach Boy - Iron Butterfly - Ramone
MALE 4: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22), plays Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys; also plays Cascade - Sock Hop - Moving Guy - Lancer - Rebel Dancer- Shindig - Iron Butterfly - Ramone
FEMALE 1: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22), plays Toni Fisher who sings the dramatic “The Big Hurt”. Should be a big dynamic belter, a la Eydie Gormé, Judy Garland, Melissa Manchester. Also plays Rockin’ Robin - Sock Hop - Albeth - Rebel Dancer - Shindig - Beach Boy Groupie - Iron Butterfly Groupie - Runaway
FEMALE 2: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22) Rockin’ Robin - Sock Hop - Priscilla - Rebel Dancer - Shindig - Beach Boy Groupie - Iron Butterfly - Runaway
FEMALE 3: Singer/Dancer/Musician (17-22) Rockin’ Robin - Sock Hop - Eddie’s Sis - Sherrell - Rebel Dancer - Shindig - Beach Boy Groupie - Iron Butterfly Groupie - Runaway
FEMALE 4: Singer/Dancer (17-22), plays Cher (of Sonny and Cher) and sings “All I Really Want To Do”; also Rockin’ Robin - Sock Hop - Rebel Dancer - Beach Boy Groupie - Iron Butterfly Groupie - Runaway
FEMALE 5: Singer/Dancer (17-22) Da Doo Ron Lead - Sock Hop - Crystal - Ronette - Ikette - Shatner Dancer
FEMALE 6: Singer/Dancer, African-American (17-22), plays Tina Turner and sings “River Deep Mountain High”; also plays Da Doo Ron - Sock Hop - Crystal - Ronette - Shatner Dancer
FEMALE 7: Singer/Dancer (17-22) Da Doo Ron - Sock Hop - Crystal - Ronnie Spector -Ikette - Shatner Dancer

Production TBA
Rehearsal: 9/3/19
Preview: 9/26/19
Open: 10/2/19
Close: 10/20/19

HOLD THESE TRUTHS
Written by Jeanne Sakata
Directed by Jessica Kubzansky
Rehearsal: 11/8/19
Preview: 11/14/19
Open: 11/20/19
Close: 12/8/19

GORDON HIRABAYASHI: Asian-American male. A Nisei college professor in his mid-60's who, while reflecting on his childhood years, "becomes" his younger self- a freshman college student from a devoutly religious Japanese immigrant farming family. ALREADY CAST.

THE HUMANS
Written by Stephen Karam
Directed by Todd Salovey
Rehearsal: 12/24/19
Preview: 1/16/20
Open: 1/22/20
Close: 2/9/20

ERIK BLAKE, 60. A middle class Irish Catholic, practical to a fault and very set in his ways. He has sacrificed a great deal over the years in order to provide a good life for his family, but his recent confession has upset the comfortable world he knows. He is trying desperately to reconnect with his wife and cling to his increasingly distant daughters.
DEIRDRE BLAKE, Erik’s wife, 61. Erik’s loyal wife, devoted mother to Brigid and Aimee. With silent strength, she clings wholeheartedly to traditions, familial duty, and the Catholic faith. The institution of marriage is sacred to her; she very much wishes her family shared this sentiment.
AIMEE BLAKE, their daughter, 34. Erik and Deirdre’s eldest daughter. Both self-conscious and self-deprecating, her career as a lawyer once held great promise. Now, her physical and emotional health both suffer. She is deeply, quietly sad and in intense pain following a breakup from her long-term girlfriend.
BRIGID BLAKE, their daughter, 26. The younger daughter of the Blake clan, well-meaning but often impractical and dreamy. She has recently moved in with Richard and turned her back on Catholicism, much to the chagrin of her parents. She is half-heartedly pursuing a career in music and attempting to live out her perception of a sophisticated adult lifestyle.
“MOMO” BLAKE, Erik’s mother, 79. Erik’s mother, grandmother to Brigid and Aimee. Has been afflicted with dementia. For the most part, she remains passive and disconnected but has episodes where she becomes manic and aggressive.
RICHARD SAAD, Brigid’s boyfriend, 38. A worldly wise graduate student, Richard comes from a wealthy family and has never wanted for anything. Despite their age difference, he truly loves Brigid and yearns to be accepted by her family.

HOUSE OF JOY
Written by Madhuri Shekar
Directed by Sam Woodhouse
Rehearse: 2/18/20
Preview: 3/5/20
Open: 3/11/20
Close: 3/29/20

PLEASE NOTE: We are specifically seeking actors of color for these roles, especially actors of South Asian descent)

HAMIDA: Late teens - 20s, F. A highly skilled bodyguard employed in the Emperor’s harem.
THERMOMETER: 30s, M. A doctor with a hidden past.
SALIMA: 20s, Gender non-conforming. The Chief Nazeer (Titled Eunuch) of the Harem.
ROSHNI: Late teens - 20s, F. Hamida’s best friend, and a fellow bodyguard in the harem.
NOORAH: 30s, F. The most beloved daughter of the Emperor, and de-facto ruler of the Harem.
MARIYAM: 30s, F. The Emperor’s youngest wife, and current Chief Queen.
GULAL: 60s, F. The Chief Bodyguard, head of the Emperor’s Secret Service in the harem.
ENSEMBLE - attendants, nazeers, bodyguards, etc.

Production TBA
Rehearse: 4/7/20
Preview: 4/30/20
Open: 5/6/20
Close: 5/24/20


Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to audition.


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